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By Paul A. Duran

A sensible advisor to Analog Behavioral Modeling for IC procedure Design offers a technique for abstracting an IC procedure in order that the dressmaker can achieve a macroscopic view of the way sub-systems have interaction, in addition to make sure process performance in a number of functions sooner than committing to a layout. it will hinder difficulties that could be brought on overdue within the design-cycle via incompatibilities among the person blocks that include the final approach. This ebook will specialize in the ideas of modelling IC structures via analog behavioral modeling and simulation. it is going to examine a realistic strategy during which designers can prepare those structures to investigate topological and architectural matters to optimize IC method functionality.

  • Discussions on modeling and simulation from SPICE to behavioral simulators
  • Comparison of assorted description languages and a dialogue at the results of language standardization
  • Explanation on tips on how to decrease time-to-market via reducing design-cycle time via modeling and simulation
  • Contains greater than 25 construction block examples that may be used to build mixed-signal IC method versions
  • Analysis of four diverse IC structures utilizing a number of degrees of version detail

This e-book is meant for the practising engineer who want to achieve useful wisdom in purposes of analog behavioral modelling for IC process design.

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28] Paul A. Duran, "Behavioral Modeling of a DC-to-DC Converter", Master's Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Cambridge MA, 1993. 41 3 Methodology Understanding different categories of simulation tools and how they fit into a design methodology can be very confusing. This chapter elaborates on three basic IC design methodologies: bottom-up design, top-down design, and hierarchical design; it discusses how the simulation tools can be used with respect to each of these methodologies.

G. SPICE). Bottom-up design begins by thinking of the individual blocks of a system. Device process characteristics such as: thresholds, betas, current driving capability, and saturation are the first items to consider. Geometric layout requirements are also important since this directly affects cost. Noise and bandwidth considerations are also important when designing from the bottom-up. 44 Design Methodologies 2) The crucial interfaces between the functional blocks of system are verified through SPICE or behavioral simulation.

Basically, if the behavior can be described by an equation or boolean expression, a model can be created. There is no exact method to create a model; however, it is important to remember to be organized, especially when writing many models for a large design. 8 for a flowchart of a suggested analog behavioral modeling methodology for modeling functional blocks. 8 Analog Behavioral Modeling Flow. 1 Specification Model specification is where the model definition is conceived. The actual algorithm may be sometimes more efficiently derived in a spreadsheet, MATHCAD or MATLAB.

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